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A certain volume of a gas at 298kelvin is heated such that its volume and pressure are now four times their original value.What is the new tewperature?

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  1. Use (P1V1/T1) = (P2V2/T2)
    The easy way to do this is to make up a convenient number for P1 and V1 and multiply by 4 to find P2 and V2.
    Another way is to call P1 = P1, then P2 = 4P1.
    While V1 = V1 and V2 = 4V1

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  2. V1-40
    V2-160
    P1-90
    P2-360
    T1-298K
    T2-?
    V1P1/T1=V2P2/T2

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